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Multiple choice image question
Multiple choice image question

Use Multiple choice image questions to check if learners can visually recognize the correct answers.

María Isabel Zuleta Zapata avatar
Written by María Isabel Zuleta Zapata
Updated over a week ago

Multiple choice image question offers a set of possible answers in the form of images with multiple correct responses.

How to create a Multiple choice image question in Easygenerator

  1. Drag the Multiple choice image question from the left menu and drop it into a section.

  2. Add a question title and optionally question instruction (here you can specify how many answers should be chosen).

  3. Click on the + Add image button to add or upload images for the answer options. If you need to create more options, click on the + button, and set the correct responses.

    NOTE: The image option allows you to upload an image from your computer, your library, stock library, or add via the link.

    You can crop and resize the image. To do so, click the image and use the toolbar that appears

  4. Create feedback for correct and incorrect answers.

  5. Optional: add a voice-over.

  6. You can reorder, delete and copy the answer options at any step of creating the course. Hover over the answer option block and use the respective option that appears

Tips for creating a good Multiple choice image question

  • The question instruction should be meaningful and state a specific problem that focuses on the learning objective.

  • In the question instruction, specify how many answers should be chosen.

  • Use 3-5 alternatives per question. Research shows that three-choice items are about as effective as four or five-choice items, mainly because it is difficult to come up with plausible distractors. More than 5 alternatives may be confusing.

  • Make sure the distractors are credible and realistic, otherwise the correct answers will be too evident.

  • Keep a consistent visual design (style, color, spacing, typography).

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